Here are the best movies on TV this evening 1 month ago

Here are the best movies on TV this evening

There is a lot of good movies on offer tonight.

Chances are because of the weather and Covid-19 restrictions, you will be staying at home this evening. That said, there's plenty of solid movies airing on TV tonight to entertain you.

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Here are our picks for the best of the bunch.

Den of Thieves - Channel 4 - 9pm

Den of Thieves is essentially Heat-lite. Yet, slick action set-pieces, an ingenious central robbery and fun performances from Gerard Butler and O'Shea Jackson Jr make this a stand-out entry in the heist film sub-genre.

Run All Night - Turner Classic Movies - 9pm

This decent crime flick stars Liam Neeson as an ex-hitman who goes on the run with his estranged adult son (Joel Kinnaman) after he is forced to kill the son of a mafia boss. Ed Harris and Nick Nolte co-star.

Executive Decision - ITV 4 - 9.30pm

A favourite of JOE's, after terrorists seize control of an airliner, an intelligence analyst (Kurt Russell) accompanies a commando unit for a mid-air boarding operation.

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Maze - RTÉ One - 9.45pm

Barry Ward and Tom-Vaughan Lawlor headline this gripping thriller which tells the true story of the Maze Prison escape in 1983.

Game Night - RTÉ Two - 9.45pm

One of the best comedies of recent memory, it centres on a gang of friends whose weekly game night turns into a real-life mystery.

Jason Bateman, Rachel McAdams, Sharon Horgan and a scene-stealing Jesse Plemons lead the cast.

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Brothers - TG4 - 10.25pm

From Irish director Jim Sheridan, Brothers tells the story of a presumed dead POW (Tobey Maguire) in Afghanistan who deals with PTSD after his release from captivity. Jake Gyllenhaal and Natalie Portman co-star.

When We Were Kings - BBC Two - 10.30pm

This Oscar-winning documentary tells the story of the famous "Rumble in the Jungle" heavyweight championship match between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman.

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Hollow Man - Horror Channel - 10.45pm

Those intrigued by legendary Dutch director Paul Verhoeven's upcoming film Benedetta should check out his last Hollywood movie - a violent update of The Invisible Man starring Kevin Bacon.